DPECS Colloquium | Learning with Redundant Multimedia Materials: One Size Does Not Fit All
- Start date
Tuesday, 10 Apr 2018, 16:00
- End date
Tuesday, 10 Apr 2018, 18:00
- Mandeville building
The Department of Psychology, Education and Child Studies (DPECS) organizes colloquia on a regular basis. The colloquia are open to staff members, masters students, alumni and others interested in the topic.
The DPECS Colloquium provides us with the opportunity to listen to and discuss with visiting researchers from the fields of Psychology and Pedagogy from all over the world.
For the Colloquium by prof. Adesope, please register via Martine Baars
Interested in the Colloquium Agenda? Please register here.
Lecture by prof. Sola Adesope (Washington State University): Learning with Redundant Multimedia Materials: One Size Does Not Fit All
In this presentation, prof. Sola Adesope will describe his program of research on multimedia learning and cognitive load. Specifically his findings from a meta-analysis of verbal redundancy in multimedia learning environment and then follow up with empirical studies of redundant presentations. Prof. Adesope will conclude with future work and solicit input on how advances in cognitive load research can open up new frontiers of research in multimedia learning as well as the need to vigorously advance a translational research agenda in multimedia learning that will inform policy and practice.